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Under Hypnosis

Could you use increased concentration? With hypnosis’s power of suggestion, it could be yours.

Hypnosis seems like a fun party trick, but for many, just the thought of it is uncomfortable. Do you really want to allow a hypnotist control over your mind while you’re in a trance? No one wants to look like a moron, and that’s what hypnosis does, right?

Unfortunately, television shows and movies may give a false impression of the way hypnosis works. Often portrayed as brainwashing or mind control, hypnosis is something quite different. Rather than mind control, hypnosis can be a highly effective treatment for someone struggling to quit smoking, deal with chronic pain, battle extreme anxiety, or overcome another personal issue.

Not comfortable with hypnosis? Totally fine. But before dismissing it altogether, take a few minutes to educate yourself on what it is, how it works, and its success rate.

Open to Suggestion

Hypnosis is also known as hypnotic suggestion or hypnotherapy. During hypnosis, a trained therapist incorporates soothing verbal phrases and mental imagery to completely relax the patient. In this state of calm, while the patient has a heightened sense of focus and concentration, the patient’s mind is open and receptive to what the therapist has to say about changing unwanted behaviors or negative thought patterns. When the session is over, the therapist brings the patient out of their relaxed state or has the patient do it themselves.

Unlike what people fear, while you have a diminished awareness of what’s going on around you during hypnosis, you remain awake, still have free will, and don’t lose control over your behavior. When it’s over, you can even remember what happened.

The Goal

Hypnosis can be used to treat a variety of conditions. After learning how to enter the relaxed state, you may be able to self-hypnotize in a future situation when you need to relax.

Some people seek a trained hypnotist to help overcome mental health conditions such as grief, mood disorders, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, or certain phobias. With one-off hypnosis, you can even prepare to handle the anxiety of an upcoming medical procedure or a specific situation that triggers anxiety.

Others are hypnotized as a way to deal with pain from fibromyalgia, burns, headaches, surgery, or irritable bowel syndrome. Cancer patients may find relief from the side effects of chemotherapy or radiation treatments.

Maybe there’s an unhealthy behavior you want to change. Through hypnosis, you may finally find success in treating bed-wetting, smoking, insomnia, or overeating.

Not battling a difficult medical condition? If you’re female, you may in the future. And some women find relief from the hot flashes of menopause with hypnosis.

Potential Negatives

Hypnosis is considered a safe alternative medical treatment when performed by a certified or licensed and trained therapist. Rarely will people experience negative side effects, though headache, dizziness, and dizziness are possible afterward. When dealing with anxiety disorders, a hypnosis session may cause a certain amount of distress. Hypnosis that seeks to deal with past trauma may trigger false memories, often due to the questions asked by the therapist. For this reason, the information gleaned by the session may not be reliable.

Its Success

Hypnosis should be used in a complementary manner with other treatment. For example, when seeking help for a mental health condition, your first line of treatment should be cognitive behavioral therapy. Still need something else? Hypnosis may help. But talk with a mental health professional before undergoing hypnosis. If you want to change a negative behavior, hypnosis may be used in addition to other programs.

Regardless of why you choose to use hypnosis, it may be ineffective, as it is for some who undergo hypnotism. This may be because they’re unable to fully enter a state of hypnosis. For maximum effect, patients must be willing participants or at least have a personality that’s open to suggestion. Unlike what you see on television, you can’t force skeptical people to be hypnotized. And if you’re going for a big life change, it takes multiple sessions for hypnosis to have its desired effect.